GOLF'S DEZTANY JACKSON EARNS ALL-AMERICAN SCHOLAR HONORS
The National Golf Coaches Association has selected Old Dominion University women's golfer Deztany Jackson, of Ft. Washington, MD., to its All-American Scholar team.
Jackson, a rising sophomore carries a 3.78 grade point average in mechanical engineering. She won the independent division title at the PGA Minority Collegiate
Championships and took 30th at the Bethune-Cookman Classic and 35th at the TPC/Virginia Beach tournament.
In all, 13 Monarch student athletes earned national academic honors this year:
*Janelle Engle -NFHCA and ESPN/CoSIDA
*Mary Cate Gordon- NFHCA & ESPN/CoSIDA
*Margaret Hayes -NFHCA
*Samantha McLenegan - NFHCA
*Dana Sensenig- NFHCA
*Alex Loughton- ESPN/COSIDA, NACDA
*Tish Lyons-Arthur Ashe
*Katie Veneziale -IWLCA
*Ashley Stanwick - IWLCA
*Stan Guerrero- Arthur Ashe
*Heather Jones-Arthur Ashe
*Deztany Jackson- NGCA
*Henrique Cancado-Arthur Ashe
This article was posted on: July 18, 2006
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